About Us

Masala farm is situated in the village tsakala fapasi 246 km from Kinshasa around bukangalonzo sector in the province of Bandundu and the farm is dominated by a huge forest and savanna which show a big large area of green field section and making the farm physically suitable for agriculture.

The farm consist of 2/8 of the forest and the rest is made up of savanna with streams that run from the west of the farm to east.

The masala farm is a definition of a family farming and is one of few farm remaining in the area by growing, produce and raising different animal for almost 20 years now and mr masala who is the owner of the farm began to farm since 1993 for him the ideas’ to participated in the development of the country.

"Ferme Masala is playing an important role in term of job creation especially in rural areas by promoting agriculture for the main reason that is thereforea crucial sector and a key drived of growth economy of a country " so ferme masala believed strongly that by investing in agriculture we are participating in a maximum way to contribute to development of our Country Congo DRC


RDCongolaise of nationality, Mr. Hubert MASALA Loka Mutombo was born 25 May 1951. He holds a bachelor's degree in Economic Sciences from the UNAZA Campus of Kinshasa (1979) and a higher degree in Science Kinshasa and Catholic faculties of technical development (2000). He began his professional life as a teacher and then as prefect of studies at the secondary education until 1986 follow by a succesfull professional life.

his passion for agriculture was based on two factors:

  • The psychological legacy of his father who was farming monitor;
  • The importance of agriculture in development as stated in economic theory.

Our Mission

Our mission is to produce organic currently, in the United States, a product is considered "organic" if the food, the farm, handlers, and processors of that food all meet specific criteria from the USDA. Meat is organic if the animals do not receive any antibiotics or growth hormones and produce is considered organic if it was grown without most conventional pesticides or synthetic or sewage sludge-based fertilizers. Genetically modified (GMO) or bioengineered animals and crops are not allowed to be labeled organic, nor are products that have been ionized with radiation.

Many people who choose to consume organic food vs. non-organic food do so because they believe that the food is more nutritious, contains fewer toxins from additives and pesticides, is more humane for livestock, and/or is more ecological.

The USDA does not claim that organically produced food is safer or more nutritious than conventionally produced food.

Currently, high quality studies supporting increased overall health for consumers of organic foods are lacking as are long-term safety studies. These studies are difficult to design and implement.